Three new properties opening in San Diego amid mini hotel 'boom'

The Guild Hotel, Carte Hotel & Suite San Diego and Moxy San Diego set to open in downtown, Little Italy and Gaslamp Quarter.

Bedroom in The Guild Hotel
Bedroom in The Guild Hotel

A hotel 'boom' in San Diego will see three new properties open across the city with the first already taking bookings after opening its doors.

The Guild Hotel

Opening in downtown San Diego in February 2019, The Guild Hotel features ornate archways and bespoke tilework with contemporary art and luxury amenities.

Set within the 1920’s Army-Navy YMCA building, the property will offer 162 guest rooms.

The hotel’s signature restaurant, Luca, will serve "rustic Mediterranean delights".

Carte Hotel & Suite San Diego

With an opening date to be confirmed, Carte Hotel & Suites San Diego will be a new 14-storey property set in the city’s Little Italy neighbourhood.

The hotel will have 240 guest rooms and suites, a full-service restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, wine shop and a rooftop bar with views of North San Diego Bay and the famous Balboa Park.

Moxy San Diego (opened December 2018)

Set within the city’s vibrant Gaslamp Quarter, the Moxy San Diego has an open living room, 24-hour bar and an on-site fitness centre.

On arrival in the lobby, guests can gather in the "Plug & Meet" area which boasts a state-of-the-art video wall with helpful travel tips and tools

 
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